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9.Dyskinesia is the distortion or impairment of: voluntary movement 10. When this syndrome occurs, its symptoms include fatigue, muscle, joint or bone pain, and is categorized as: 11.When a patient experiences paralysis in both legs and the lower part of the body, this isknown as: 12.Epicondylitis is an inflammation of the tissues surrounding which part of the body: 13.When movement in the body is reduced to extreme slowness this condition is identified as: 14.The term "myoparesis" is used to describe weakness or slight muscular paralysis15.When a foot bends upward at the ankle this movement is known as: dorsiflexionTEST YOURSELFPlantar flexion bends the foot upward at the ankle.
a. Trueb. FalseInflammation of the sheath surrounding a tendon is known as Which term means movement toward the midline?.A chronic pain disorder that affects muscles and fascia throughout the body is called.Brian Hamilton has , which is an inflammation of the tissues surrounding his elbow.The medical term for the degeneration of muscle tissue is.The weakness or wearing away of body tissues and structures is known as Which term describes a band of fibers that hold structures together abnormally?
c. adhesiond. singultusAn exercise physiologist works under a physician’s supervision to develop, implement, and coordinate exercise programs.Ginger Williams has pain in her heel caused by a calcium deposit. This calcium deposit is known as a.Torticollis is commonly also known as hiccups.Treatment for Pedro included the surgical suturing of the divided ends of a tendon. The medical term for this procedure is Which term means a disease characterized by the simultaneous inflammation of voluntary muscles in many parts of the body?.Circumduction is the circular movement at the far end of a limb.a. Trueheel spurtenorrhaphy
b. FalseWhich term means the paralysis of all four extremitiesSarcopenia is a band of fibrous tissue that holds structures together abnormally.One of the signs of Parkinson’s disease is, or extreme slowness in movement.A sports medicine physician specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation with the focus on restoring function.bradykinesia
Chronic fatigue syndrome results from repeated motions performed in the course of normal workand daily activities.a. Trueb. FalseClue: abnormally increased muscle function or activityWhich term means the release of a tendon from adhesions?HYPER-KINESItem 2-IA